John Morgan introduce* 55 minutes of interviews, comments, conversation . and music from his guests live in the studio.
Including The Week So Far by RUSSELL DAVIES
Producer IAN GARDHOUSE long wave only
Introduced by Chris Mohr Guest of the Week:
Patrick Garland , Artistic Director of the Chichester Festival Theatre.
A Calculating Life:
NORMAN TOZER helps to CUt the cost of living.
New York Report: from HELENE HANFF.
Any Other Business:
JANET COHEN reviews some of the more domestic issues recently raised at Westminster.
An Open Book (6) long wave only
by Stewart Permutt
With George Cole, Eva Stuart and Michael Maloney.
Why has female impersonator Eddie Collins decided to make a theatrical come-back after an absence of 20 years?
Steven, his son:
'The windows of a house are its eyes ... I could sit forever looking out at the sheer inventiveness of nature ... the beech tree whose colours change like a child's mind.' Spike Milligan looks through the window of his Hertfordshire home.
Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
from Gloucester Cathedral Intcoit: 0 Lord, the maker of all thing (William Mundy )
Versicles and Responses (John Sanders )
Psalms 93, and 94 (Woodward, Stonex, Gray) Lessons: Jeremiah 2, vv 14-32; John 1, vv 35-51 Canticles: Magdalen Service (Tony Hewitt -Jones)
Anthem: 0 pray for the peace of Jerusalem (Herbert Howells )
Orginist and Master of the Choristers JOHN SANDERS
Assistant organist ANDREW MILLINGTON BBC Birmingham
A musical quiz devised by Edward J. Mason and Tony Shrayne
John Amis and Frank Muir challenge Ian Wallace and Denis Norden
In the Chair Steve Race
Questions compiled by Steve Race
(Repeated: Fri 12.27 pm)
Chairman/questions compiled by:
A recording of yesterday morning's Tuesday Call phone-in, in which listeners' questions were answered by Lord Elwyn- Jones, Lord g Chancellor 1974-79, and John C. Alderson , Chief
Constable of Devon and Cornwall, with Teresa McGonagle.
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